I really like that "B." It was one of my favorites in the illuminated manuscript book. I traced it awesome! And I had fun doing different kinds of faeries! The King's Guard is so inclusionary.
One more Monday Update.
Today's Text: But Turlach's counsel was false. Kinin killed a fae
again, and yet again, and gained more magic
than a mortal body should share, but none of this tied him back into the energy of the
world, and Kinin despaired. In his moment of weakness, the King’s Guard surrounded him and
laid many curses on him to contain his power so
that he could be arrested and judged for his crimes. King
Lugh, being a representative of the sun and light, banished him from it so that he would not look upon it again. All that was good and lovely to the fae and to the humans was turned against him, that it might cause pain if he were to behold it. He was cursed from food and from drink and from water.* He was then brought to the dungeons, deep under Knockmaa where he could suffer until his fate was decided.